ABOUT LIFE PLAZA::
Located directly across the street from the current LIFE Church campus, the Plaza will be an extension to the current campus. The Plaza will house business that will impact the economic development and growth of the area. It will also house the LIFE Community Development Corporation (CDC), which will serve the community through various projects, initiatives, trainings and much more.
This will be LIFE Church’s 2nd property acquisition in 5 years of ministry. Procuring this building will enable the ministry to better serve the Greenbriar community. In January 2016, LIFE officially closed on the property. Although the building is in our possession, the property requires some much needed work. We invite you to partner with us, by sowing into this endeavor.
LIFE Church has had possession of the property since January of this year. Clean-up, maintenance and renovations have already begun as work is in progress. LIFERS are eager and excited about the progress that the renovation is experiencing. So much so, that on a crisp Saturday morning, many LIFERS hit the pavement at the Plaza to begin a volunteer clean-up initiative. Together, they cleaned up trash, painted, raked leaves, swept, mopped and so much more. Their efforts to beautify the LIFE campus were not in vain. With a little TLC and your generous seed gifts, the Plaza will be nothing short of amazing upon its completion.
Change is underway in the Greenbrier Community and it’s clear just by taking a drive down Stone Road. We can’t wait to see the continued progress. As of recent, remodelers have finished painting the exterior of the plaza and already it’s starting to reflect LIFE. The effervescent new color looks absolutely radiant against the infamous Atlanta sunset. As renovations continue, all new glass doors and windows are expected to be installed next. Renovations are expected to continue.
Remember, it’s not too late to sow into this acquisition. This Plaza is proof of where your generous contributions are going and will ensure that LIFE makes impact in the Greenbrier Community.